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BenaresBenares StateBritish India. Jigar moved to [ when? He received oriental education in Arabic, Persian and Urdu in Morxdabadiand started to work as a travelling salesman.
Retrieved 10 December This page was last edited on 2 Decemberat From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jigar Moradabadi – MoradabadIndia. Jigar is recognized among the greatest ghazal writers of the 20th century and it is said that the era of classical Urdu poetry ended with Jigar.
Ali Sikandarknown by his nom de plume as Jigar Moradabadi 6 April — 9 Septemberwas an Urdu poet and ghazal writer. Jigar’s impact on his contemporaries and the later generation has been immense, especially on his disciples like Majrooh Sultanpuri, a famous lyricist of the Indian film industry.
GondaUttar PradeshIndia. Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature. One of the most prominent pre-modern poets who enjoyed stunning popularity and fan-following.
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He travelled all over the country attending mushairas. After studying basic Persian, Jigar studied English till his matriculate term. He died on 9 September in Gonda. As his first job, Jigar worked as a salesman for a local spectacles dealer.
Jigar was addicted to alcohol all through his life and everyone knew about his forgetfulness and absent-mindedness. A collection of his poetry has also been published. He died in in Lucknow. People appreciated and admired his recitation skills.
Jigar Moradabadi was born in in Moradabad. Views Read Edit View history.
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Jigar Moradabadi belonged to the classical school of ghazal writing and was a mentor to Majrooh Sultanpuriwho became a prominent lyricist in the Indian film industry and penned many popular songs in Urdu.
Faiz Ahmad Faizthe distinguished Urdu poet and academic, regarded Jigar Moradabadi as a master craftsman in his mordaabadi.